Self Improvement for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients: Showing Up in Our Lives and Bodies
Episode 193: Self Improvement for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients: Showing Up in Our Lives and Bodies. Those coping with a chronic illness experience many feelings—shame, guilt, fear, grief, sadness, anger, confusion, and feeling like they are too much, yet not enough at the same time. Some even make statements like, “I’m taking up too much space” and “I feel so alone” and “I feel like a burden” and “I’m scared nobody will believe me or understand me” to name a few. Licensed Clinical Social Worker Lana Lipe discusses the research and origins behind our personal shame stories and offers tips to help chronic kidney disease patients recognize and manage them. By recognizing the signs, we can implement self-development skills that lead to self-improvement.
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Lana Lipe is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and founder of Honu Therapy Services, LLC. She is a private practice therapist in Honolulu, Hawaii who helps adult clients living with: chronic conditions, grief, loss, stress, trauma, anxiety, depression, perfectionism, as well as gender identity & sexual orientation exploration.
Lana earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work in 2017.
She has over six years working in healthcare and non-profit settings to include: a skilled nursing facility and nursing home, a non-profit Chronic Kidney Disease agency, and 4 intensive care units (ICUs). During this time, Lana has worked with countless patients and their families as they navigate the challenges associated with critical illness, chronic illness, and end-of-life care. She has extensive training in crisis intervention, grief counseling, end-of-life planning, advocacy, intersectionality and health equity & trauma-informed care.
During her time as an ICU Social Worker in a level-one trauma hospital, Lana helped co-create a Critical Incident Stress Management team (CISM) that was implemented hospital-wide.
In addition to her work as a healthcare professional, Lana’s work has been published in The New Social Worker Magazine. She has been featured as a recurrent guest mental health expert on James Fabin’s Chronic Kidney Disease Channel—Dadvice TV. Her work has also been featured in numerous other online publications.
As of October 2021, Lana has completed training as a Certified Grief Educator with world-renowned grief expert, David Kessler.
To learn more about Lana and her work, please visit her website at HonuTherapy.com.
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